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Dickert decided to hold the office hours every other month to bring the office to his constituents.
“If someone wants to talk to the mayor of the city, he or she should be able to have access without undo effort. So I want to start getting out regularly listening to Racinians, face-to-face,” Dickert said.
The purpose of the office hours is to listen to constituent concerns, answer questions and learn more about their experiences.
“As long as we have real conversation, I know that everyone should get something out of the opportunity. I know I will,” he said.
Future dates will be posted on the city’s website.